|Name||Oxygen XML Editor 16.1|
|Created on||2015-03-30 00:58:46|
|Files||Oxygen XML Editor v16.1.2015012213 MacOSX [K]/crack.zip (1.97 MB)|
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Oxygen XML Editor v16.1.2015012213 MacOSX [K]/oxygen.mac.zip (123.5 MB)
Version: 16.1 Mac Platform: Intel Includes: K OS version: OS X 10.8 or later Processor type(s) & speed: Intel RAM minimum: 1 GB Video RAM: N/A Keygen/Patch included Version 16.1 of oXygen XML Editor adds improvements to both the XML development and XML authoring functionality. Fixes for validation issues, such as adding a missing attribute or deleting an unexpected element are offered automatically by the Quick Fixes support. The XSLT support helps you better understand what each XSLT instruction does by presenting associated annotations with the description of the instruction and links to the specification. The XML authoring mode received a number of improvements to the table support, track changes functionality, generic editing, as well as to the DITA specific actions. You can find patterns within an EPUB, OOXML, ODF or any ZIP archive by running XPath queries on all the documents from ZIP-based archives. The Eclipse plugin version of oXygen XML Editor was updated to support Eclipse 4.4, the SVN support was updated to work with Apache Subversion 1.8, and many component libraries were updated to their latest stable versions. Name: oXygen XML Editor Link for more information: http://www.oxygenxml.com/xml_editor.html Oxygen XML Editor - A cross-platform solution for editing XML. With this program, users can retrieve data from XML files, OpenDocument and other documents, using an archiving ZIP data compression (OOXML, ODF, JAR). Has developed the capacity to transform the format that allows you to edit documents XSLT and XSL-FO, and save documents in any format (HTML, PS or PDF) with one click. The software also permits the use of transformations XSLT 1.0, XSLT 2.0 and XQuery files placed inside the ZIP-archive, and allows users to engage in comparison and fusion of archived files. In addition, the program provides access to a multitude of XML and related databases, including the MarkLogic, Oracle, Tamino, IBM DB2, eXist. XML Editor The content assistant, XML outliner and the model view are all designed to make XML editing faster and easier. - WYSIWYG XML Editor (Visual XML editor) The Author mode of the XML Editor demonstrates a new productive way of editing XML documents, similar to a word processor. - Intelligent XML Editing The context sensitive content assistant is changing the way you edit documents, helping you create valid content all the time. - Extensible XML Editor Starting with version 9 adds a new concept called Document Type that solves the problem of providing ready to use support for a framework or an XML language. The Document Type concept is used to provide the built in support has for a number of XML frameworks (DITA, DocBook, TEI) but, more importantly, it can be employed to provide support for a user defined framework that needs to be shared with other users. - XML Grid Editor The s grid editor allows you to edit repetitive XML content in a special layout similar to a spreadsheet application, without the need to interact with markup. - XML Outliner XML Editor comes along with a powerful outliner which is automatically synchronized with the document changes. - XInclude Support XML Editor supports XInclude which is a standard for building up XML documents from smaller pieces, being a replacement for the external entities. - XML Validation and Well-Formedness Check The XML validation can be done by checking the documents against a schema. XML Editor supports: XML Schema, DTD, Schematron and Relax NG schemas. - XML Formating and Indentation. An useful utility is the XML document formatter. - Unicode and Internationalization XML Editor supports a large number of text encodings. Unicode is fully supported. - XML Diff and Merge Tool A complete diff and merge solution is available in XML Editor. It offers both directory and file comparison, six different diff algorithms and multiple levels of comparison. - XPath support XPath is a language for addressing specific parts of an XML document. XPath, like the Document Object Model (DOM), models an XML document as a tree of nodes. An XPath expression is a mechanism for navigating through and selecting nodes from the XML document. You can executes XPath queries on opened documents. Both XPath versions 1.0 and 2.0 are supported. - XML Digital Signature and XML Canonicalization The digital signature is a requirement when exchanging information in an untrusted network. Since XML is used for content storage it is important to be able to sign the XML files or messages. - Tree Editor XML documents can be viewed / edited in a graphical tree. The tree editor is handy for large size documents.